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   Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Salem, Ohio                               THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. SALEM. OHIO, SATURDAY JULY 19. 1890. TAVOCESTS. Blaze in The Western Union at Now York. }..m of Magnificent x Completely Gutted by the SAVED LIVES. A Reporter the of Two Alexnndrift K of the Yacht Catherine. Which Can Not J'-'-v Western 3 e b Hiding caught fire at o'clo'-V Friday morning. The rvroo-n on thr "ixth floor, the t .r --oon "n t-10 f1oor above and er-iiran: on the ninth floor were kvh liostro.-ei! and seven lives A few inin- bofJre" s.-vpii'oVlO'jk tbe operators T.oarrho to goto work. About and vosing women h.id reached A messenger boy d M.itt'T ws rirst saw a pufT of e uii.lc-r a tahln in the chocking uent on tin- floor below the opera- room He h.id scarce tune to in- the casse whon a wooden table n' lames and the fire was spreading liirhtniiie like rapidity. He rushed to noti'y the new arrivals that building was on fire. They were lelU-d to go through the checking rtment to go down stairs, unir ft as the result of the messen- warning. the young women med and tho men rushed pell moll i stairs w escape the pursuing >s which in less tnan two minutes .prcad throughout tho entire chock- dep.iriment. burning up wires in- uents and tables as if they were so i ti-'kr. The entire room whon tho j-strioki'n crowd passed through it. filled wilh a dense stifling smoke. fell over each other in their wild L to reach a place of safety. The messenger, with an operator >d Skulinure. u ere the only two por- v.bo retained presence of mind ;li to take- in the awful situation, bov nisiicil down stair.-? and oat of building and sent out an al.irm, S'-Lidmoni trot down a flre extin- ier and endeavored to quench tho The flames ate through from to flour in short order, of the fire six women ern- in the- iv-.taii'-ant; at the top of iMiMinsr, finding their egress to the t cut off. madt' their way to the my that runs around the roof and i. burning up and down its narrow ncs, frantically wrung their hands bitwi-en the pnfTs of smoke and s that came fr-vn the windows of utti-rv them made ap- fer help, (.hicf L.iliy hook .ulJor 10, un.ler the command of nun I'.inns. with the lines of engine lanif-s (i and 4. entered through Jey street side and dragging tlie r lines, to tho eighth floor fousrht way into thy battery room floor driving the powerful streams of rnirht and left, made their wajf to ".airway [failing to the operating r five minuter jthe fight was a ter- on.e to subdue the :o get up on rhe floor above, from u tbe windows opined on to the >nv, A hero the omen were. At '.'.e water gained me victory and i the wav was sui'icu-ntly clear the of No. 10 hook and ladder, with Lally, dashed up and quickly 11 p the thoroughly demoralised en, cirrad them down through the e to a place of safety. About tbe time five mertntero taken from the cms on the ncuM side of the build- bat overlookolyjhe roof of No. 201 dway. Tnis rescue was effected by enant McCann. of the Murray street ranee patrol. not until eleven o'clock that ire extinguished In tho top of to-.ver on the Broadway side, stairs liuing narrow and of iron tho ISP had made them so hot that necessary to cool them off, as the >en drew up their heavy hose. By pas: eleven but four engines re- al and the horse cars ro- "1 running. 0 entire upper part of the building am} instrument and useless. The loss is csti- How the fire origi- 1 no cmt to know positively, -a .rii.ivd that two of tbo coin- ctric light wires became V' "ooring on fire. Had :c an nou. jatcr t-no ]osi5 enormous. r.r.s ?.n'l men are employed switchboard in the ALKXAMUUA BAY, N. Y., July Kobert H. Gere, a reporter on the Syra- cuse Herald, who was one of the passen- gers on the steamer St. Lawrence, which sunk the yacht Catherine on Thursday night, heroically saved the lives of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Berry as they were being drawn under the steamer. Mr. Gere, seeing Mr. and Mrs. Berry hanging to the rail, rushed through the office door and breaking a window grained them and pulled them on the steamer St. Lawrence. H. A. Thomson, who was an eve- witness, says: "Hearing the bells rung to reverse the engine, I stepped to the gangway to sec whore v. e wore. A steam yacht, crushed and splintered, was slow- ly sinking. I ran up on tbe main deck and helped lower the boats, and then assisted in thro wing over life preservers. In a few moments six people were lifted out of tbe lifeboats and prompt assistance was rendered them. The boats then went searching for the re- mainder, and tbe search light was turned on tbe scoae to assist the crew of the boats." R. L. Edgett, one of tho saved, says that Captain Senecol is entirely to blame for the accident, since he did not obey properly the signals which were given. Mr. Edgett also states that he placed life preservers on Mrs. Hart and Miss Henry, but did not see them after- ward. The Catherine sank in five min- utee.________________ Pocketed Over S1OO.OOO by Fmad. OSr. JOSKPII, Mo, July 10. nu- merous years Cyrus Craig, of Maryville, has been employed as local agent for Jlartlett Bros., extcnshe brokers and real estate dealers of this city. It hiva just been discovered that be has de- frauded them and others out of a sum variously estimated from to One of his favorite schemes was to change the abstracts and procure loans upon lands which were already plastered with mortgages. He would purchase those lands, make tho loan and pocket the money. It is said Mr. Craig is now in Kentucky. Will Soften Ore by Kiectrk-lty. ST. PAVI., .luly A. Daigh. of the pst-inybouse Electrical Company, has bc-en in Tower, Minn., at tho iron mines for the last week, exper- imenting with electricity and iron ore in the interest of hi.-, company. He de- clares that he has discovered a process by which he can centre the rays of an arc light upon a piece of iron ore. and thereby soften it to siu-h a degree as to be able to work it with a greatly re ducod amount of labor. It lias not yet become known with what success his labors have been met. Stock YiirtU "ii-hcnif Completed. Consideration of Sundry Bill Ucsuiued. The Amendment tn tbe Bill Still Under Discussion. -V.." ref< This .'j tho material irrowth of the press '-n _ and can be V.-T: .r. estima- J of rirre cannot these were riur.- collected br "s-hicb Mr. '-'J'-' ottensivp corres- aiso con- 'tO. July 10. preparations for launching the new Stock Yards scheme, tin; iunction railways and Union Stock yards company are at last complete. Subscriptions will be opened for tho securities this morning. The prospectus is practically Subscriptions to tbe of secur- ities will be opened in London. New York. Boston and Chicago. Every thing has boon under written, so the trans- action is guaranteed. Cum Crop a July TJ ad- vices from Kansas indicate an alarming condition of the corn crop. Its condi- tion grows worse day by day. In some sections the farmers have about given up hopes of harvesting any crops at all. At best not more than half of tue State is fairly well watered. In many sec- tions tbe farmers are marketing their bogs, fearing they will have no corn tc feed them. (Jp in Mud. ST. Ci.oun, Minn.. July Bullard and two companions were cap- sized on Mud Lake, near hero, Thurs- day. The bottom of tho lake is com- posed of deep mud and Milliard in try- ing to swim to shore in tho shallow water was swallowed up by the mud. His body has not beon recovered. The other two men ciang to the boat and were saved. Trainmen tnjitrrd. Ky., July 10. V.'hile James Moran. a conductor: O. H. Mc- Keelan and George brakemen, all employes of tbo Cincinnati Southern, were under tbe repairing a draw- bar at Sarlicvillc. Thursday. Engineer James Smith barkf <1 engine, striking thf- car and causing tho throe men to bo run over and fatally injured. tn AViMroinlfi. July War- pw-e. an Indian from the K'-ihena reservation, who wa- found guilty in tbe United States hero of re- peated upon daurrhter. has j ".0. Thi-. is trie death sentence ever in j from j Fireman's rom7'any. of ilroad-'-ay. I and having in  as a cuse containing not less than a bottles and not in bfiflcs as a cask contammir not loss than gallur.s. Mr Reed, of decision as a }ud_'6 war. overruled by the decision of the Supreme Court, spoke in favor of the proved legisla tiou. E. B. Taylor denied that the proposed legislation mv power to the States. He opposed tne Adams substitute., on the ground that it would turn every local option township and county in tue United States inu a liquor selling township and county by act ol Congress. Pending further debate, the Houso took a re cess until eight o'clock, the cvenmz to be for the sonsiderat.on of private pension bills. No quorum being present at the evening scs si on the House, without doing any business all, adjourned. A Hold SAHATOCA, X. Y., July bold daylight robbery was committed in this village Thursday. About noon sneak thieves entered tbe Bliss cottage on North Broadway nnd got away with S10.- 000 worth of diamonds and jewelry. Tho cottage is occupied br Vice President Morton and his law partner. Mr. Bliss with their wives. The robbery was firs discovered by Mrs. Morton and tho po lice were promptly notified. It is im possible to ascertain whether the jew> dry was property of Mrs. Morton or Mrs. I'.hss, as the parties interested de- cline to make any statement. The po hcc reftis" any information except admit that the robbery committed and that a reward of is offered fo tho recovery of the jewels. No news o the robbery bad leaked from tbe polic un'.il morning. U is said tha one mar. is already tin lor arrest as asus- oc-ct. ni.jtc i Xtirdrr and uirldf. T'liiv r.T'iv. N. J.. if. af- farmer named 'Jeorge Ijuflicld. iivin near iiarlingen. 2not and dan bis grandson. Oscar yester-iay. and then cut bib own with a razor, drjr.ff almostini The traced" crew out o' between tbe :aea. JJodiao v.-ill pro. biy recover. rornnTiloel sentence oJ I Fred Manchsrath froin iirjprisonment in I the for years to three j Munchsrath was convicted of conspiring- to murder Rev. George F. i Haddock.'at City. j Boy Urowniuf. j Juiv Bake I colored youth, WL j Thursday night whUe in bath at tbe Sherman Park lake. Tha recovered until Fridaj i bodj was not Bjoraing. _ off C'ew for XFTW YOUR. July IX MrCormick. Co.. leather manufacturers Newark. N. J.. art- Snancialiy ernbar- raMcd and a has ajrplied for. The liabilities of the firm are eati- av 5100.000. and tbe at Men Strike. O.. Jcly w.-Tbe sect men of tbe Lake Erie   road nave struck. i.15 a demand 51.25 Born foar O., July Another flre occarrpd Thuraday nifht llenry Fisher's tmra tad tow were Lorn >Mx BCGAK CASK. junction t of 1'rop- by the Tru-t Wow York Court. MEW YOHK, July General Perm of the Supr< mo Court has handed lown a decision in the of Honry IVlmthrop Gray, the of North River Sugar Kenning Company, tfnst tho DeCustro and Bonner Sugaf telning Company for a dissolution of that and all other companies composing Siurar Trust. Gray an in- unction all tbe defendants rofc In any mann-r disnosing of prop- coming into b.a'ids under tho ruat agroouient. Trie (ieneral Term modilled this i by simply re- straining the North it-.ver Nugar Refin- ng Company anj'prop- irty from this State, holding that tho receiver has no authority for acting in ho case of othr -omnanios. Tne General 'i orm saj's the probability of removal of to another State was sufficiently established to warrant n injunction to protect ihe rights of the plaintiil as receiver of the North lUyer Kottning Comnmiy. but there hud nothing produced to show that this prohibition should extend to all the cf- lects of tho combination. Gray was without authority to act for other mem- bers of the trust, but the North liivor company's property should be kept in this State pending litigation and so tho General Term continues and affirms tha .njunction in this respect. TBIED TO KUB A TRAIN. Bold Work of Kobbera on a Cincinnati, Jncksoii by Collmloo. WATNE, Ind., July spo- ial to tbe Journal from Van Wert, 0., says: A bold attempt at train robbery was made late last on tho Cincin- nati. Jackson it Michigan railroad. Three men boarded the engine of tbo southbound passenger train at Enter- prise, O., and attacked engineer dervcnder and his ttreman with ham- mers and coupling pins, knocking both senseless They did not succeed in stopping the train, however, probably owing to tho plucky fight mude by tbo trainmen, and jumped off before reach- ing Van Wert. The engineer and fireman wore both lying senseless in the cab of the loco- motive and the train, which should have stopped at Van Wert station, rushed through the yard at the rate of twenty-five milii.s an hour. Here it col- lided with a engine iind engineer Vandevender was found dead in the wreck. Tae is still unconscious and] it can not be learned whether was killed by the train robjters or mot bis death in tbo collis- ion." Nono of the passengers were seri- ously injured. A BIG CO U NATION. Junction K.ilxviy and Union Stock Ooimmiir Incorporated wltli n Capital of ftl3.OOO.000. .Tuly ill. Official announce- ment is made to-day of tho incorpora tion under the laws of New Jersey of the Chicago Junction Railway and Union Stock Yards Company. Tho trustees for tho bondholders and registrar of transfers is the Central Trust Com- pany of New York. The capital stock is divided Into shares of S200 each, six per cent, cumulative preferrod stock. This stock will bo fully paid in cash and will be non-as- sessable. This stock will fully paid in cash and will have no personal liabil- ities whatever. The stock will be reg- istered at tbe Central Trust Company, New York. Applications will be made- to list the bonds aftd stock on the Now York. Chicago and Boston exchanges and quotations will bo duly applied for at the London Stock Exchange. The Chicago management remains un- changed, with Nathaniel Thayer, of Boston, president, and John B. Sherman vice president and general manager. Subscriptions will open in Boston, Now York. Chicago, London and Amsterdam on Monday. BASE BALL. on the nia< Kecortl of n mund Following are tbe   wear that Miss VVushburn wa-s a resident of this county. Mrs. AVasnburn will cut her visit short and return to California atonce. A  thivnircd, every- body gutout of the way of Johnson, who flourished the revolver and threatened to kill any one who interfered. Tho three darted into the iiiluy and made good their One Vessel S.tnk nnd Axroinul. O., .Inly A telegram from Ashtabula st.ncs that the large schooner Verona was run into and sunk outside the harbor Friday morning by the large propeller Cambria. A heavy northwest gale blowing and tho Verona drifted across the Cambria's bow. No lives v. erf lost. Word has also been received from Fairnort that tho schoon- er Superior ih hard aground near that place. Her crew has not yet been res- cued, but there is no immediate danger to their safety. Kittier Drunk or rasy. race Arrldent to Child. Jnlv Eugene Car- roll, aged 2-re was ground to death in a stone crusher on Hiland ave- nue yesterday afternoon. lad, with had climod on tbe machine just it was being tbe roils ana to death ba- fore tbe machine could be stopped. 0., July Harry Cbronister, a carpenter, Thursday even- ing attempted to kill his threo children while either drunk or crazy. IlLs first effort was to shoot them, but he was dis- armed. Then he tried to throw thurn under the wheels of a train, but was frustrated, after which he '.ook tho little ones home, where he renewed his threats to tako their lives, and was arrested, but ?iot before be had bitten one of thorn in the face. lie is now in jail. of An Ol I Moldlrr. XKSIA. O.. July An old soldier, sixty years of ago, from the National Home at Dayton, r.atwi to this city Tnursday evening and wont to tho J'al- ace Hotel and took a scat in the otlice, where he. a short time afterward, fell over and died. His name -v.-ts .Martin O'Neal, and he was buried, the authori- ties at the Home refusing to have bis remains .sent there. Canton CAXTOX. O.. July Maiger, a wealthy and '-iriz'-n, was Friday on a ch of obtain- ing goods under fals': from HieboM .t Son. g.-ocf-s, Tho caving in of as'-wf-r on Ta-jcarawa-j street Fri'lay mornir.y nearly a streetcar. T e pass'-r.g'-rs wire fright- ened. but nobody It Wonl.ln't UV.rk. BH n yar.n roan ''.'ho :iis narr." a< -larn'-s McCune hired a from liv- ery stable and trad'.-d ii o'T. was ar- rested and sent for seven years. Tburviay the sarr.e man up at tbe and tried to get a team. He and politely but Srmiy V DISASTER. Trttluiony at There in thr lluiii, the Vitpor ('nucifo th.- Oiiu .luly the eoroaer't Inijuest of the twonty-Uve or saoto killod by the explosion of tlie was continued yestenlav. The ony. as on Thursday, went to show the x'lStence of naphtha in the hold of the Tinjra and that its vapor caused the Th" this morning save C'. 1! t. president: II. I'.right, vklft it. and F. li.-dfor. secre- tary and tr of tae Re- lining CmujMiiv. of (.''..a-.'.u'O, Net.- York iind HulT.ilo. an- i! CkK'ajro. are wante 1 T..I. an'l thev- put in un up'.i by Muudaj it is m ih.i.-. p.o'i.ilile that, they will be puto uiu.v. if found at any spot on e.irth tn wi.'vi the ara of the I'nitod Si.tf-, IKHL-I-UIIOJU ean reach. For. upe-u the sworn tosuaumy given before a jury Thursday, it would appear that thi-v three inoa, for the sake of a fow palti iiollars. -did an unlawful net which rosulu-.lin a moat horrible death for twenty-live human; FATAL ACCIDKST. OIIB Man n ml Atu.liicr In.liirrcl nt H ('1-044 r ill, N. Y., July 10. Thurs- day night :i terrible accident ofeiirrrd at the Main street L-I" tho Hrie road at (loshou. whereby one lost his life and another was so seriously iit- jured th.it his life is iiri-d of. The milk train w.is about duo wbca Henry Clay and .lamos Stott, soatod in a, one-lKirse vehicle, appro.icud tliu .Mail street crossing They en vnred stop, in order thai tram but the horse tuok friLTiit and run the ti-.ick dneclly in is out oX liie :ipproiching tr.iin. xv.if-il of tiic wagon had been run on The iusido ot tho outer rail and ttio occupants found it impossible to turn out. ISeforo thejr cuuld leap from thu uio ongiae was upon them. Cl.iy wa-. tarown with, bis neek on tbo rail and a second later his headless body was thrown to side of tbo track. Scot', is quite sutt- ously injured. Kuth mun lived at shun. TUUSK TAitlfF, Mcctinit of I hi- Kvi'cnilvr C'tnii .turti-c- to i'oitslclt-r Troiihles of tho I'ool. YOISK. July I'.i line cxocntive committee held a yest.i nlav morning and to -asic Albert Fink, formc-rry commissioner vf the trunk lines, to act as arbitrator foe the ad1iu.tmont of first and second pissongL-v trallic diviiiuiij.. Mr. Fmk now in Louisville, It is considernl doubtful whether he will consent to art in tho capacity desired of hrni. Immi- gration troubles wen; alfe.) considered. The Lackawanna and the Now York. Ontaiio Western r.iilruadsnru chargol with violating trunk lint; rules in sell- ing tickets to immigrants not tho barge otlice. but through outside agencies in the First wjml. InstRU'i ot regular ticke-s. secotiA c'.as, i ins-, been sold, it is alK'ifcVi. to immigrants anil the business of other ro ids lias been lie 'ply cut into. .Inly I'.i. Iv-erv of a resort of tion in or near thii city w is 1 tho grand jury Thcr-.ii.iy The Law and Order L'-agU" has beer, working hard to secu.-c tlii-, rosult. Nearly every one of the ijuep-T-, was in- dinied on .sever.il counts. Forty-seven- keepers of houses oT and. tho inmates of the tugothbr about sitty proprietors, an; uuiuberoi among the victims. .Mr-.. l'Hriii-ll BoltDK.VTOWN, N. J., Mrs. Parnell. mother of the Irish statesmap. Is siilfc-ring from cholera morbus and confined to her bed. Owing to her and pu.ircondiiion of health bts Illness is considered surioub. Victim of M Fortune Teller. July Mc- Donald, of lliHjiiosne, Thursday two notes, one for her auut. with wborc she was living, and the oilier for br-r lover, saying she was ty commjj suicide. hat and Acre foaiiii on the banks of th" and she has been since. Twt weeks ai.'" 1 visited a for- tune teller in this city, who told the youn? lailv she would die on the "tb of August and bo hnried In ibe dress was to be marri'-l in Jt is feared she bro-x'ed this till and lurntjod into tho river. An J inL Nr.w -July er.s" strike n'-arinj an end. onlt on w-iir-i. tf.< re ;s a hitrh is the re- Munition of tn''- a ciau.se wnie'ti slates that slir.'-nl of 'liMdtes be final a'ljijsti by anoint of :i.ar< the con--oii'la'' '1 board. wii! only tr The on'T.itors '.'r'j I heretofore trie thaar for an anci- anv tinr.e since th" CATKO, 111.. July Kight p Confined in the TVi.iski C-jwr.ty jail at Moaad City, seven miles here, es- caped Thursday night. SV.mo outside party sroneglrd a to them and the gronn--J through the scuttle- bole. Nono of them have been ro- captured. __ Ucath of Consol -r.'nijlor. Eugene Scbuyier. whose death at Cairo was re ported jf-sicrday, was for many at the diplomatic service. He was of several States legations, asc was at one time Minister to Greece. Iloumania and ao-nj- nated Assistant of State ai the beginning of the present admini.t- tralion. but opposition to Lis lion developed in Republican and the nomination was Later he was appointed GeneraJ at Cairo, a place which he f.l.ud to UM of bU death. W :'i' Ml I-T, I   

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